Bargis Shuttle: Nagens - Segensböden - Bargis
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Long, impressive high-altitude hike between 2500 and 1500 m above sea level over the two blessing soils and descent through the wild high valley Bargis in the UNESCO World Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona.
With the Arena Express or the Nagens Shuttle you get to the starting point on the mountain. After a few meters of altitude you reach the Grauberg, at the top, the lower Segnesboden lies at your feet and you have a clear view of the Tschingelhörner. After a short descent, the lower Segensboden, a falchmoor of national importance, is half circled before it goes uphill towards Segnespass. On the way to the upper Segensboden you have a perfect view of the famous Martinsloch. Once the extensive and surprisingly flat upper Segensboden has been circled, the last short climb of the day awaits you. The barren high alpine landscape with the 3000m peaks is unique at the point "Fuorcla Raschaglius" at 2561 m, now it goes 1000 meters of altitude continuously downhill through the unique high valley Bargis. Look into the mountain flanks, maybe you can observe chamois and ibex. But marmots are also among the inhabitants of the high valley. At La Rusna you can make a short detour to the cathedral. A waterfall, which is also often visited as a place of power.
The short detour to the cathedral is worthwhile...
In the Bargis Valley there are suckler cows and sheep with herd guard dogs.
Hiking backpack with rain cover, hiking boots, weather-adapted and durable clothing in multi-layer principle, change of clothes, telescopic poles, sun and rain protection, provisions and drinking water, first aid kit.
Nagens - Grauberg - lower blessing floor - upper blessing floor - Fuorcla Raschaglius - Bargis
By train from Chur.
By car, take the A13 motorway from Zurich, exit 18 Flims.
750 parking spaces in multi-storey car park Flims Bergbahnen.
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